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Alpaca walk and farm visit in Snowdonia
Our guests arrive on site, and after the “human” introductions we proceed to the alpacas, where before entering the enclosure guests are briefed on how to behave around the animals, how to handle them, and a general safety talk concerning been on a farm with loose animals. They will then come and meet the alpacas, hand feed them and learn about the history of the alpaca species with facts and information while they can also get hands on a handle the animals. Then we halter up and after practicing leading the guests then lead the alpacas around the farm, meeting the various farm animals here, depending on the time of year this can include hand feeding, bottle feeding lambs/goats kids, photo opportunities with the pigs/cattle/sheep. Whilst walking any wildlife is pointed out, along with natural features ( mountains, peat bog, ancient oak woodland). We also talk about the various farm animals, benefits of the free range systems of care, and answer any questions. We then continue the walk back to the other alpacas, before letting the herd back out. At this point guests can enjoy a drink, or are welcome to bring a picnic and can watch the alpacas at leisure, grazing and playing. At all points the guide is there to answer any questions, and tell people information about all the animals and nature. Please note this experience is only for people over 9 years old.
Watercolour Painting In Snowdonia
We will be painting with watercolours in some of the most dramatic and beautiful locations in the Snowdonia National Park. Many of the locations require a bit of walking but nothing too strenuous. I will demonstrate my approach to watercolour sketching and guide you through the whole process to produce your own watercolour masterpiece. Betws-y-Coed will be our central meeting place before setting out on our adventure. Other things to note We may be traveling to local areas once we have met up.
SAORI freestyle weaving for everyone
SAORImôr is one of only 5 registered SAORI studios in the UK and the only one in Wales. I offer this very special opportunity to do this unique craft in one of the most stunning areas of the UK. As a Japanese based craft this activity also offers a link between the mountains and sea of North Wales and the mountains and sea of Japan and a peep into Japanese culture and practice. Weaving is an important part of our Welsh heritage so by taking a short weaving class at SAORImôr you can learn more about how traditional Welsh blankets were made. A SAORI class is easy and fun. The looms are set up and ready for you to weave. Simply choose your colour and texture from the rainbow colour wall, sit at the loom and begin. No rules, no mistakes, just joy! You take your unique piece of weaving home with you. Great for groups, great for team-building! Other things to note I have complied with all recommendations for protection against Covid-19. The studio is wheelchair accessible (unfortunately not the toilet) and I have accessible equipment to enable people of all abilities to weave.
Glassblowing Experience
I am offering an advanced session to learn the process of creating a coloured borosilicate glass pendant art work. This is a workshop session for maximum 3 people and lasts around 3 hours with a few breaks. During the session each participant makes minimum two ornaments and often more.. I teach how to blow a glass bubble into a head shape and add a face and hair with coloured glass rod. Towards the end of the session I will create a several demo pieces to show tricks and techniques. The participant will get to keep the demo pieces as well. Please note the pieces made need to be annealed in the kiln for 6 hours after the session end so they will not be ready to take home. I will post them safely or they can be picked up. This can take up to three weeks. I also issue a little self made named certificate as a memory. Not suitable for children under 10 years of age. Under 18's need to be with an adult. Welcome and Health and Safety instruction Glass Basics and tools Learning to handle a glass rod/tube Learning to create a button (maria) out of glass rod Learning to add colour to clear glass Moulding the shape Shaping the final glass artwork Other things to note Please call me on 07870738399 if you cannot find my glass workshop on the industrial site.
Guided rock Climbing in Snowdonia
We'll meet for quick introductions and briefing over a brew. Then we'll drive together a short distance to the parking area, where we'll get you kitted up with a Harness, Helmet, and climbing Shoes. Then we'll walk to the crag (climbing cliff), this could be anywhere between 5-30 minutes depending on which climb(s) we're aiming to do. The Climbs will be carefully tailored to suit your aims, ability, experience, the weather, and your desires. We'll aim to learn as we climb, instead of standing around for 1/2 the day talking about it, we'll get climbing and I'll teach you the skills as we progress. You can expect to come away having learned lots of new skills regardless of your previous experience, and having had a good day out with lots of climbing done. Other things to note Guests of any age can come, but under 18's must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please monitor your health prior to your course and if displaying any Covid symptoms please cancel your experience. Arrive prepared for physical activity rested and fed!

Gwynedd i sielskie życie

Snowdon Summit & Ridge Hike
Enjoy a lovely hiking experience through the beautiful Snowdonia National Park. We will climb up to the summit of Snowdon at 1085 meters, the highest peak in Wales. Snowdonia National Park is a hikers paradise, you will be blown away by the scenic views and raw landscape. You will be greeted at an arranged meeting point and will be out in the fresh air for up to 6 hours. You will feel at ease on a guided hike with rest stops on the way, to bring out the inner photographer in you. I will send you our scenic photos taken from the day for you to keep as a great achievement. Other things to note: If you enjoy tranquility, I would recommend a midweek hike to avoid the crowds. Please ensure you are fully equipped for the outdoors via check the weather on the day.
Snowdonia Canoe Journey
We meet at 10 am at my woodland, Coed Obry, 1 mile north of Penrhyndeudraeth where there is secure parking. We carry out medical checks and get to know each other, fit buoyancy aids, paddles and put our valuables in dry bags. We then drive 5 mins to the Afon Dwyryd Canoe access point and unload the canoes. After a safety briefing we paddle upstream for 1 ½ hours (the flow is weak), learning canoe techniques: the J-stroke, turning, trim, poling, and sailing.. We encounter wildlife along this stretch, buzzards, herons, kingfishers, Ospreys in Spring/summer, and a variety of ducks and geese. From 13.00-13.45 we get out at a secluded beach or quiet spot on the bank for our packed lunch. You bring your lunch and I’ll make tea and/or fresh expresso coffee on a stove. After lunch we paddle back to our access point and return to Coed Obry by 4pm to unload canoes and have tea/coffee. You will leave having learned some canoe skills and carried out a leisurely canoe journey in this beautiful part of Snowdonia, you will have encountered wildlife along the river and in the wood and have been guided by a canoe guide who is a retired Professor of Physical Geography & Outdoor Education.
Foraging and nature connection in wild Snowdonia
*Please contact me prior to booking to confirm date availability* This foraging and nature connection experience will take you through the wild north-wales landscape near Snowdon, learning about edible and medicinal plants, trees and fungi. We will be mindfully walking the land, through woods, along lanes or crossing fields in search of an array of interesting species while discussing foraging, food and connection to land. This activity is suitable for all ages and abilities. We will finish up with a review what you have learned and how gathering food can build a connection to the land where we live.
Cycling to Anglesey's Church in the Sea
Bookings from 26 April 21. I'll be leading my Guided Bike Tour guests on a route I’ve devised myself. We’ll pass several interesting places to visit a tiny old Welsh church, now marooned on the Anglesey coastline. We'll also travel through time, as I share stories covering a thousand years of the history of the places we see, & how they've changed or persisted over time. Having enjoyed a great day spotting wildlife & enjoying land and seascapes, guests will leave with a better idea of the environment and how communities have lived here over the centuries. I have selected off-road and quiet roads for this tour & the cycling is easy and non-technical. We will start with a briefing and bike check to make sure that everyone is happy and comfortable on their bikes. We set a relaxed speed and take frequent stops to enjoy our surroundings. We cycle through Wales’ largest lowland wetland, which is rapidly attracting some of the UK’s rarest bird species, such as the bittern. We cycle through one of Anglesey’s oldest landed estates, across an old packhorse bridge to the site of the main court of the Princes of Gwynedd, before heading to the coast to visit the ancient church which was once on the shore. We return via a different inland route, and an opportunity to ‘refuel’ at a popular cyclists Café, with its excellent home cooking. My aim is to provide a relaxed memorable day out.
Guided Bike Tour - Prehistoric Anglesey
I am pleased to be able to take bookings from 26 April 21. This fourteen mile guided bike tour leads you along the Menai Strait, providing breathtaking views of Snowdonia, before heading inland. Anglesey has more prehistoric sites per square mile than any other area of Great Britain. so it's not long before we reach the first of five prehistoric sites we will explore on the tour. Excavations at Castell Bryn Gwyn suggest a fascinating history of settlement spanning thousands of years between the Neolithic and Roman times, close nearby are the Castell Bryn Gwyn standing stones, the tallest surviving standing stones in Wales. The most iconic of the sites we will visit is Bryn Celli Ddu, Neolithic burial chamber, one of the best of its kind in the UK. Travelling by bike along the 14 mile route visiting some of the lesser known siteswill help us connect with the island and imagine what lives were like for the people who lived and worked its landscape. Along the way I will share with you elements of Anglesey's history from its creation to more modern times, bringing the landscape to life with insight into the islands dramatic past. The tour does include around an hour's walking through fields to access sites, and I recommend long trousers as some paths can sometimes be overgrown, Other things to note: Each guest must complete a booking form

Gwynedd – wszystkie zajęcia w pobliżu

Hike to the summit of Snowdon
• Hike to the summit of Snowdon • Local mountain guide • 5* reviews from dozens of satisfied clients • Once in a lifetime experience • Daily adventures throughout the year High on many people's bucket list is conquering Snowdon - the highest point in the British Isles outside of the Scottish Highlands and at 1085m (3,560 feet) above sea level it's no mean feat. Whether you're doing it for charity, with a group of friends, as a family outing or just for your own pleasure I will take the hassle out of planning your adventure and keep you safe on the day. I'm a qualified and experienced mountain guide who is fully insured and hold an up-to-date first aid certificate to ensure your safety. I've been exploring Snowdonia's mountains for over a decade and I love nothing more than sharing them with you.
Alpaca walk and farm visit in Snowdonia
Our guests arrive on site, and after the “human” introductions we proceed to the alpacas, where before entering the enclosure guests are briefed on how to behave around the animals, how to handle them, and a general safety talk concerning been on a farm with loose animals. They will then come and meet the alpacas, hand feed them and learn about the history of the alpaca species with facts and information while they can also get hands on a handle the animals. Then we halter up and after practicing leading the guests then lead the alpacas around the farm, meeting the various farm animals here, depending on the time of year this can include hand feeding, bottle feeding lambs/goats kids, photo opportunities with the pigs/cattle/sheep. Whilst walking any wildlife is pointed out, along with natural features ( mountains, peat bog, ancient oak woodland). We also talk about the various farm animals, benefits of the free range systems of care, and answer any questions. We then continue the walk back to the other alpacas, before letting the herd back out. At this point guests can enjoy a drink, or are welcome to bring a picnic and can watch the alpacas at leisure, grazing and playing. At all points the guide is there to answer any questions, and tell people information about all the animals and nature. Please note this experience is only for people over 9 years old.
Walking with Donkeys
When you join us you will be able to see some of our donkeys and we will introduce you to Nutmeg, Norman and their friends. Your ‘donkey time’ experience will start with a formal introduction to the adults leading your session and a glance around the home of our donkeys. We will introduce you to some of our donkeys and give you a glimpse of what makes them special. After formal introductions to the donkeys we will introduce you to the ones that will be accompanying you on your walk. We usually walk with one donkey per 2 people so that you get time to chat with your donkey as well as human companions. Keeping safe around donkeys and our procedures for safe walking with donkeys our outlined before we set off on our walk. Our walk will take us over public footpaths and permissive rights of way around the farm and neighbouring area. We'll walk through broad-leafed woodlands and over grazing land to glimpse some most spectacular views of the local coast and countryside. We'll take our walk at donkey pace so will have have plenty of time for sight seeing and getting close to nature. Our circular walk takes us back to the donkeys main shelter where you can spend some quality time with the donkeys that accompanied you on the walk so there will be plenty of time for photographs and selfies of course!
Meet and Mingle with Alpacas
Meet and Mingle Hand feed these beauties in there fields , plenty of picture opportunities, then should you wish a gentle stroll meeting the pet lambs Hetty , Betty, Poppy and Heep and also the young Alpaca boys Frank and Spencer
Full History of Liverpool Walking Tour
A Walk Through Time: History of Liverpool Walking Tour Global City Experience is a Professional Tour Operators in Liverpool, UK. I provide In-Depth History, Culture and Music Tours of Liverpool for up to 30 Guests per Tour. This Tour is a Full In-Depth History and Cultural Walking-Tour of Liverpool. The Experience is unique, providing Guests a Chronological History of Liverpool, covering over 800 years from Ancient History - 1207-Present. Guests will be taken around the City Centre visiting all of Liverpool’s most Popular Historical, Cultural and Music Sites. A Unique, Entertaining In-Depth and Academic Experience that is Inclusive, Engaging and Fun for Individuals, Groups and Families. This Tour is unique as it is Academic, Inclusive, and Educational. Guests will be asked questions, have the opportunity to engage and make friends. I am a Post-Graduate Historian and Fully-Qualified History Teacher. I have a Masters Degree in Liverpool History and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Education. Guests will leave the Tour Fascinated, Entertained, and with full knowledge of Liverpool’s History and Culture. Guests can also receive Merchandise of Liverpool, including scarfs, prints, candles and more. If Guests want an Academic, Educational and Entertaining Tour of Liverpool, and are interested in the Fascinating History and Culture of Liverpool, these Tours are Perfect.
Snowdonia Canoe Journey
We meet at 10 am at my woodland, Coed Obry, 1 mile north of Penrhyndeudraeth where there is secure parking. We carry out medical checks and get to know each other, fit buoyancy aids, paddles and put our valuables in dry bags. We then drive 5 mins to the Afon Dwyryd Canoe access point and unload the canoes. After a safety briefing we paddle upstream for 1 ½ hours (the flow is weak), learning canoe techniques: the J-stroke, turning, trim, poling, and sailing.. We encounter wildlife along this stretch, buzzards, herons, kingfishers, Ospreys in Spring/summer, and a variety of ducks and geese. From 13.00-13.45 we get out at a secluded beach or quiet spot on the bank for our packed lunch. You bring your lunch and I’ll make tea and/or fresh expresso coffee on a stove. After lunch we paddle back to our access point and return to Coed Obry by 4pm to unload canoes and have tea/coffee. You will leave having learned some canoe skills and carried out a leisurely canoe journey in this beautiful part of Snowdonia, you will have encountered wildlife along the river and in the wood and have been guided by a canoe guide who is a retired Professor of Physical Geography & Outdoor Education.
Afternoon tea with cheeky sheep
Enjoy afternoon tea in the garden with stunning meadowland views. Our friendly sheep can't wait to eat snacks and have cuddles. We now have baby lambs on the bottle from now until June who are extremely cute! We cannot wait to see ewe!!! Instagram- @teawithsheep We can also change times to accommodate visitors and do request decoration for special events. Also this activity is not advised for anyone pregnant.
Meditation with the horses
I am offering a guided meditation experience in nature in the company of my horses . We will start with a brief introduction to the horses followed by a moment to 'arrive' and be curious about how relaxed we feel in the current moment then move into the meditation process which will last from 30-60minutes . We will close with another check in to give the guest/s the opportunity to really acknowledge and share their experience. I would like the participants to 'leave' with a greater sense of connection to themselves and to the horses/nature/environment around them, also with an empowered sense of knowing that they are intimately connected and supported by mother earth. No prior horse experience needed.
PORTMEIRION, CASTLES & SNOWDONIA TOUR
•We meet at Llandudno Railway Station (bus stop H directly outside) 8.30am prompt departure. Please be early Great Orme Road. – A spectacular scenic drive showcasing nature, cliffs, caves, wildlife & mountain views • Conwy Town & Castle stop – view the castle’s domineering and towering walls and catch that picture perfect photo from the conwy estuary bridge. . Visit great britains smallest house on the waterfront Visit spectacular Cearnarfon castle and village (Unesco world heritage site) • Portmeiron, -A tour of Portmeirion, wondering around the colorful renowned Italian style coastal tourist village set in stunning surroundings and gardens • Snowdonia National Park Nant gwynant pass, Snowdon viewpoint and witnessing many great lakes, canyon gorges and welsh mountain villages and mountains • Ugly House. – A brief stop at a very unique looking house. Named as the Ugly house, however it has a distinct beauty about it, as well as an interesting history. • Swallow Falls – An area of natural beauty where the river Llugwy flows through a narrow chasm creating a spectacular waterfall amongst a background of beech, conifer and birch trees • Tu-Hwnt-I’r Bont – A chance to get a wonderful photo of a picturesque setting of the 15th-century grade II listed building • Conwy valley – A scenic drive through Conwy valley and the traditional welsh villages on route back to Llandudno.
Watercolour Painting In Snowdonia
We will be painting with watercolours in some of the most dramatic and beautiful locations in the Snowdonia National Park. Many of the locations require a bit of walking but nothing too strenuous. I will demonstrate my approach to watercolour sketching and guide you through the whole process to produce your own watercolour masterpiece. Betws-y-Coed will be our central meeting place before setting out on our adventure. Other things to note We may be traveling to local areas once we have met up.
Bee Curious with Dr Daf the Bee Doctor
Have you ever wondered what goes on in a beehive? This is the experience you've been waiting for! Great for groups. Great for team-building. This taster day at Anglesey Bees is designed specifically for anyone curious enough to want to learn more about the life of honey bees and the beekeeper’s year before making the decision to attend a beginners course. After discussing the aspects below, we will kit up in protective clothing and amble out to the apiary where you will get to see inside a real working beehive and get some hands-on experience of handling the bees under supervision. This makes a great photo opportunity! Why keep bees? – it’s not just about the honey! Bee hives and where bees live Life cycle of honey bees Protective clothing and using a smoker After seeing the bees at work, to conclude, you will learn about the beekeeper's year and try your hand at a blind honey tasting experience so that you can compare genuine locally produced artisan honey with imported supermarket honey. I am more than happy to discuss hosting bespoke experiences to larger groups and families with young children on other dates. message me to discuss options.
SAORI freestyle weaving for everyone
SAORImôr is one of only 5 registered SAORI studios in the UK and the only one in Wales. I offer this very special opportunity to do this unique craft in one of the most stunning areas of the UK. As a Japanese based craft this activity also offers a link between the mountains and sea of North Wales and the mountains and sea of Japan and a peep into Japanese culture and practice. Weaving is an important part of our Welsh heritage so by taking a short weaving class at SAORImôr you can learn more about how traditional Welsh blankets were made. A SAORI class is easy and fun. The looms are set up and ready for you to weave. Simply choose your colour and texture from the rainbow colour wall, sit at the loom and begin. No rules, no mistakes, just joy! You take your unique piece of weaving home with you. Great for groups, great for team-building! Other things to note I have complied with all recommendations for protection against Covid-19. The studio is wheelchair accessible (unfortunately not the toilet) and I have accessible equipment to enable people of all abilities to weave.
Snowdonia & The Three Castles Tour
We meet at Llandudno Railway Station (bus stop H directly outside) 8.30am prompt departure. Please be early. Great orme – spectacular cliffs, the Irish Sea and Anglesey whilst learning about llandudno’s history and the ormes ancient past. Conwy Catle and village walls – A UNESCO world heritage site and may be the highlight of your day Smallest house – Visit great britains smallest house. Nant Ffrancon Pass – Spectacular glacial Pass Valley in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, mountain villages, and the towering Snowdonia mountain range. Lake Ogwen & Lake Mymbyr – Beautiful lakeside stop surrounded by rugged mountains. Snowdonia viewpoint & Nant Gwynant Pass – Spectacular view of Wales & Englands tallest mountain Pen Y Pass – Glacial valley with dramatic scenery National slate museum- Here you can travel into the past of an industry and a way of life that has chiseled itself into the very being of Wales. Dolbadarn Castle – A stunning castle setting in the gateway to snowdonia Lake Padarn – the famous sword in the stone “excalibur” statue next to this beautiful lake Caernarfon Castle and village – Finally, visit Caernarfon Castle and take a walk around this UNESCO World Heritage Site. A brute of a fortress, its immense strength remains undimmed. History comes alive here along its lofty walls, twin-towered gatehouse, and the surrounding town’s narrow and colorful streets.
Glassblowing Experience
I am offering an advanced session to learn the process of creating a coloured borosilicate glass pendant art work. This is a workshop session for maximum 3 people and lasts around 3 hours with a few breaks. During the session each participant makes minimum two ornaments and often more.. I teach how to blow a glass bubble into a head shape and add a face and hair with coloured glass rod. Towards the end of the session I will create a several demo pieces to show tricks and techniques. The participant will get to keep the demo pieces as well. Please note the pieces made need to be annealed in the kiln for 6 hours after the session end so they will not be ready to take home. I will post them safely or they can be picked up. This can take up to three weeks. I also issue a little self made named certificate as a memory. Not suitable for children under 10 years of age. Under 18's need to be with an adult. Welcome and Health and Safety instruction Glass Basics and tools Learning to handle a glass rod/tube Learning to create a button (maria) out of glass rod Learning to add colour to clear glass Moulding the shape Shaping the final glass artwork Other things to note Please call me on 07870738399 if you cannot find my glass workshop on the industrial site.
Guided rock Climbing in Snowdonia
We'll meet for quick introductions and briefing over a brew. Then we'll drive together a short distance to the parking area, where we'll get you kitted up with a Harness, Helmet, and climbing Shoes. Then we'll walk to the crag (climbing cliff), this could be anywhere between 5-30 minutes depending on which climb(s) we're aiming to do. The Climbs will be carefully tailored to suit your aims, ability, experience, the weather, and your desires. We'll aim to learn as we climb, instead of standing around for 1/2 the day talking about it, we'll get climbing and I'll teach you the skills as we progress. You can expect to come away having learned lots of new skills regardless of your previous experience, and having had a good day out with lots of climbing done. Other things to note Guests of any age can come, but under 18's must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Please monitor your health prior to your course and if displaying any Covid symptoms please cancel your experience. Arrive prepared for physical activity rested and fed!
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